anchor cable


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anchor cable

A cable or line, one end of which is held in a fixed position.
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They rig the aircraft with anchor cables for the static lines to ensure the U.S.
For the PTCL with insufficient tunnel crown thickness, a void may form and the anchor cable at the crown may hang in the void, as shown in Figure 2.
Zhang, "Development of monitoring and early warning system for landslides based on constant resistance and large deformation anchor cable and its application," Rock and Soil Mechanics, vol.
Lu et al., "Should appraise of soil slope reinforcement of anchor cable framework of internal force calculation," Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering, vol.
The structural scheme of a classical single-span suspension bridge that consists of a flexible cable, a stiffening girder, hangers, pylons and anchor cables is shown in Fig.
The oil rig vessel that capsized in the North Atlantic killing at least three people could have been tipped over by an anchor cable it was carrying, an expert said yesterday.
The end of an anchor cable is fastened to the bitts at the ship's bow.
The port anchor cable had run out completely, along with the slips so the ship was in fact at anchor by the cable, now on the bottom.
Last week an anchor cable snapped on a salvage vessel sent to recover the fishing boat.
A tsunami can sweep a shore line clean of rigid structures, but ships in harbor that have prepared by letting out enough anchor cable can survive its force.
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The support form is soil nailing wall on the top and diaphragm wall with prestressed anchor cable at the bottom.